And this is the art i was talking about in my recent profile’s note ! I can’t help but smile when i watch this… I’m metling when i imagine Nick and Judy having their own kits… I know, i’m weak… But i need this, trust me !
We have heard stories in recent years of the retreat of Arctic ice and the increasing amounts of summer melt, seemingly linked to global climate change. The idea that ice will melt as the atmosphere or oceans warm is rather intuitive. But news is reported today highlighting the influence of Earth’s interior heat flow on the glacial melt.
for the prmpt thing: tododeku + "I love you so much" Give me the soul-metling fluff!!!
He’s probably still high on painkillers by the time he manages to stumble through the door, Todoroki’s arm around his waist to keep him from falling over his own feet. Izuku giggles when his forehead nearly bonks the doorframe.
“In you go,” Todoroki says, voice as deadpan as ever, and Izuku giggles harder. Todoroki sighs.
“This is our apartment,” Izuku says seriously. He stares at the tiny eating table and the tidy kitchen and the number of plants lining the window sill as they make their way to the secondhand but comfortable couch in the living area.
“Yes, it is.”
“You live here. I live here.”
“We do, yes.” Todoroki drops him onto the couch gently, making sure not to jostle his leg too much. “Are you hungry? I can microwave some leftovers probably, and then we can figure out how to get you into the shower.”
Izuku nods, and nods, and nods until he realizes it kind of makes him dizzy. He blinks up at the boy in front of him. “Where’s my phone?”
“You’re not supposed to use any electronics yet,” Todoroki reminds him. “I called your mother already. She might swing by tomorrow.”
“Oh. Okay.” Izuku grins at Todoroki. “Thank you.”
“No, no, no no no no,” Izuku says, reaching out with both hands. He grasps Todoroki’s hands, and tugs. Todoroki follows, sitting down on the couch next to him and allowing him to pet his hair. “You’re always taking care of me.”
Todoroki looks at him from under his bangs. “You do the same, Izuku.”
For some reason, hearing his first name fall from Todoroki’s lips so easily makes him want to giggle again. He’ll never really get used to it. “I love you so much,” he blurts.
Todoroki blinks. Izuku is already babbling again, hands drawing away from the other boy, but then Todoroki takes hold of his hand again. He squeezes slightly, and Izuku meets his steady gaze again. “I love you, too, Izuku.”
Something warm, familiar, fills his chest, and he feels the restlessness and lingering adrenaline from the fight with the villain finally dissipate. Izuku squeezes back, and doesn’t try to stop the silly smile spreading across his face.
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Hi, I'm sure this has been discussed quite estensively already so I apologize. I'm a new follower and don't know how to navigate. Anyways, what are the general feelings towards scottish "diaspora"? like if I'm correct no one likes them cause they're not truly "scottish" anymore right? which confuses me considering american culture is built upon being a "metling pot" so why don't people understand that?
Hey! Cheers for the follow! And thanks for the hardest question to answer of all time. Please let me clarify that I am speaking for myself here, I won’t be speaking for the whole of Scotland (yet) and please understand that any of my points here are not assuming how you portray your Scottish heritage where you are.
I don’t think there is any bad feeling towards Scottish diaspora in Scotland at all. I don’t think there’s any argument over whether not you are a ‘true Scot.’
I think the stereotypical 'dislike’ comes from your types that come back claiming they are Scottish royalty or are clan chiefs or whatever. The entitlement and ownership that comes with these arrogant claims is a bit off-putting. We understand and appreciate any shared history but it’s not really relevant to Scottish life today.
Personally, I think 'Scottishness’ is more determined by mindset than bloodline. You don’t have to be ethnically Scottish to be Scottish and just because anyone has Scottish ancestry it doesn’t necessarily give them the right to claim to be Scottish.
I’m probably not wording this very well, but basically if you wanna be Scottish you can be but don’t just make it an accessory to who you are. Take your time to learn a bit about the country, its culture, its humour and it’s politics. Just don’t make it a one-liner you say to make yourself sound more interesting at a party.
Because if you say that and encounter another Scot, you might get Glasgow kissed.
But Jiminieeee let me be honest here ! Just why dont ya wanna wear Agust D's sweater one day if he give it to you?? It will be cute and large sweaters also look cute on you and oML THAT WOULD BE SO HOT IM SOBBING AND METLING KQNSJWRJW T^T
JM: ( hOT WHA T njkdbJNASKCLNSDJK) U-Uh, I mean if he gave it to me.. but do you really think so??
Words of Nahuatl origin have entered many European languages. Mainly they have done so via Spanish. Most words of Nahuatl origin end in a form of the Nahuatl “absolutive suffix” (-tl, -tli, or -li, or the Spanish adaptation -te), which marked unpossessed nouns.
Often said to be from Nahuatl xocolātl or chocolātl, which would be derived from xococ “bitter” and ātl “water” (with an irregular change of x to ch). However, the form xocolātl is not directly attested, and chocolatl does not appear in Nahuatl until the mid-18th century. Some researchers have recently proposed that the chocol- element was originally chicol-, and referred to a special wooden stick used to prepare chocolate.
I try to go and avoid the realm of heavily mythological tied cryptids. This is due to the fact that, with myths and the like, it becomes hard to discern what is real, and what is completely made up. Never more is this true in the case of the Philippines. But, brought to my attention, there is one species that I feel could use addressing: The Tikbalang.
The Tikbalang is a fusion between horse and man, with disproportionately long limbs and a horse like head. They inhabit thick forests and mountains, and are rarely seen by the sounds of it, preffered dwellings being under bushes, in bannana groces, bamboo thicets, by large trees, and on top of them . However, they are blamed for a lot of evil doings, and are considered wicked creatures that should be avoided at all costs. Now, along with the bad juju and avoidance materials, I would consider this to be just another monster made up. But, the limb proportion caught my eye, along with the feet. Perhaps, the Tikbalang is something a little more real, and a little more ancient.
This animal here is a Chalicothere, a prehistoric odd toed herbivore from teh same family as horses and rhinos. While most of them died off in the Pliocene, a single last surviving genus was found not too far away in Myanmar and China, Nestoritherium. Now, the range between the two is a long distance. So It wouldn’t be too surprising to say that there was a possible population in Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam back in the Early Pleistocene. During this time, water was being frozen back and forth by glaciers, and lots of the islands around there were connected with each other, with a land bridge almost stretching from Asia to Australia. Now, it wouldn’t be surprising if, during this time, that a small group made it onto the island chains, and migrated north towards the Philippines for better environmental situations, and became trapped there when the glaciers metled and isolated the island chain. In short, I wouldn’t be surprised to say if the Tikbalang is a real animal, that it is a relict surviving Chalicothere that had made it’s way via land bridge to the islands back during the early Pleistocene glacial periods. It would be something new, but an ancient family still living on.